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The condition required to establish desertion or separation as evidence that a marriage has irretrievably broken down (see divorce). A couple may be living apart for divorce purposes even when living under the same roof, if they are living in separate households. In order to satisfy this test, all form of common life between the parties must have ceased.

Subjects: Law.


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